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Tennis Betting: Nadal beats Kohlschreiber and reaches quarter-finals
By Andrew Scott Monday, 9 September 2013 01:01
Price per head services saw that Nadal, who this year has still not lost a match on hard courts, received the tournament’s biggest scare so far.
In the third game of the second set, tennis betting fans saw that Nadal squandered a lead of 0-40, but he finally secured the break, moving ahead 4-3, and levelling the match with very good tennis odds.
Price per head services could see that Nadal had solid momentum as he only took his second of 17 break points, moving 2-1 ahead in the third, and it seemed from then to be just a case of how fast the second seed would wrap up a win.
The player finished the job in three hours and 12 minutes, setting up a meeting with Robredo, Spanish compatriot, and making very good tennis odds along the way.
“It was very tough conditions out there,” Nadal said on a night with great humidity.
“I sweated too much tonight. The opponent was great. He had good chances, the first set he played great. I feel lucky to be through. I fought a lot and it’s amazing to have this victory in this full Arthur Ashe Stadium.”
Pay per head services saw that David Ferrer, Another Spaniard who is very well known for his great talent and tennis odds, also made it to the last eight, even though Janko Tipsarevic gave the fourth seed a scare.
He eventually won 7-6 (7-2) 3-6 7-5 7-6 (7-3), but Tipsarevic was left to lament missed chances while serving for both the first and third sets.
Richard Gasquet won a five-set epic when he defeated Milos Raonic 6-7 (7-4) 7-6 (7-4) 2-6 7-6 (11-9) 7-5.
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Raonic hit 39 aces and 102 winners, but tennis betting fans saw that the Canadian player made too many unforced errors as Gasquet’s patience paid off.